Lebanese soldiers atop an armored personnel carrier patrol the area during a raid in the West Bekaa town of Kamed al-Loz, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Stringer)
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The Lebanese Army arrested Wednesday a commander in the Al-Qaeda-linked Abdullah Azzam Brigades after raiding a Bekaa Valley residence.During the raid, the Army also shot and killed a second suspect allegedly involved in aiding the leader of the brigades. The military said in a statement that Army Intelligence apprehended a commander in the group, identified as Jamal Daftardar, after personnel raided a residence in the Bekaa Valley town of Kamed al-Loz.The Army also said that the intelligence unit shot and wounded another suspect during the raid.
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